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Health Care in Lithuania from "International Health Care Systems". In the late 1990s, Lithuania moved away from a system funded mainly by local and state budgets to a mixed system, predominantly funded by the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) through a national health insurance scheme and based on compulsory participation. The state health-care system is intended to serve the entire population, and the Health Insurance Law requires all permanent residents and legally employed non-permanent residents to participate in the compulsory health insurance scheme (typically paying 6–9% of taxable income). Over the last 2 decades after regaining independence, Lithuania entered a new era with many opportunities for radical improvements; nevertheless, the population of the country has been expose...
Direction of the video for the World Health Organization, promoting Lithuanian improvements to raise the level of health required by the Health 2020, the new European health policy framework. Health is a human right. Improving people’s health brings economic, social and cultural benefits throughout society. Healthy children learn better, healthy adults contribute more to society, healthy elder people have a positive impact on their communities. By joining up health and welfare policies and integrating hospital and community services, we have reduced infant mortality and given every baby a chance at a good start to life. But there are still improvements to be made. Our way ahead is by working together. We can join our efforts in four main directions: 1. Reduce health gaps and the barri...
Kaunas, Your One-Stop Shop For Medical Travel! Lithuanian healthcare is renowned for quality and transparency: it strictly meets all of the European Union standards and offers world-class facilities and latest treatments, together with inexpensive travel and affordable prices. All of the above is even more true in Kaunas, home to Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. More about medical services in Kaunas: http://www.visit.kaunas.lt/en/medical-tourism/
Since Russia’s seizure of the Crimean peninsula and the start of conflict in eastern Ukraine in spring 2014, the small Baltic state of Lithuania has been anxiously eyeing Moscow. Some in the capital of Vilnius believe that the country might fall prey to a Ukraine-style military incursion, orchestrated by Russia. Lithuania, a former Soviet satellite, shares a border with the heavily militarized Russian exclave of Kaliningrad — which houses Russia’s Baltic fleet and has been flooded with arms and personnel in the last year. From Kaliningrad, Russia has staged military drills that reportedly involve thousands of soldiers, hundreds of military vehicles, and dozens of warships. In response, Lithuanian forces are also mobilizing. In May, VICE News followed the Lithuanian army during Operation ...
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The challenge of creating sustainable healthcare systems is very important not only for Lithuania, but for the whole of the European Union. The theme also has a wider resonance for the whole world, believes Vytenis Povilas Andriukaitis, Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania.
In this video Jonas and I discuss how we are being controlled in many ways subliminally and how it affects our homeostasis, disposition and health is comparison to spending regular time in the bosom of nature, this is a powerful positive discussion that everyone should think hard about and implement.
Shekhar Saha from India Studies Medicine at Lithuanian University Health Science, 3rd year student. Matthias Hans Nikolaus Moser from Germany Studies Pharmacy at Lithuanian University. Yanwei Liu from China. Studies Architecture at University of Technology, 4th year bachelor student.
Thanks to Swiss support, conditions for newborns and mothers in Lithuania have improved. The infant mortality rate has dropped sharply since the nineties. With its enlargement contribution, Switzerland finances modern medical equipment, energy-efficient renovations and further training in health care in 27 hospitals. To know more about the project supported by the Swiss Contribution to the enlarged EU: http://bit.ly/2szHiCY
PhD Mindaugas Štelemėkas, Junior researcher at LUHS Health Research Institute, Board member of the Lithuanian Coalition for Tobacco and Alcohol Control, introduces his study on alcohol related harm in Lithuania and alcohol policy ranking exercise. Lithuanian Coalition for Tobacco and Alcohol Control is member of Nordic Alcohol and Drug Policy Network (NordAN). CORRECTION: The alcohol attributable economic harm in Lithuania in 2010 was over 200 million euros (741 million Lt).
http://blog.euromonitor.com Sales of private label healthcare goods soared in Lithuania, expanding their value sales from 0.4% in 2010 to 4% in 2011. Roberta Kniuipyte, research analyst at Euromonitor International, explains how major consumer healthcare retailers are introducing their own lines of healthcare products to the public, expanding the reach of private label to vitamins and supplements. Analgesics and cough and cold remedies will be the next target segments for private label healthcare goods.
Sultanate and Lithuania Enhancing health cooperation